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British Railway Modelling (BRM) Magazine MAY 2012 Back Issue

English 1220 Reviews   •  English   •   Hobbies & Crafts (Scale Modelling) Only $9.99
This issue has an A5 eight-page supplement introducing rolling stock which has been sponsored by Hornby:

News and Reviews

Bachmann, Farish and Dapol's new products for 2012, reviews of Hornby's Brighton Belle, Olivia's Trains Class 76 from Heljan, Farish Ml.1 RMB and BG as well as Mega-Steam's smoke fluid. Aslo some products from York Modelmaking supplies are 'Tried and Tested'.

Layout Focus

Glendower - OO gauge in a 4 feet high basement, Roxby Town - plenty of trains and a TMD on this bi-level N gauge layout and Dydley Junction - N gauge excellence in a small space.

Modern Railway Modelling

Nigel Burkin modifies an older Farish Class 90 to DCC.

Freight Only

David Larkin continues his series on freight wagons of the British Railways era, and Tony Buckton builds 'Borail' wagons in N gauge.

DCC Spot

Six useful devices to improve a DCC system.

Practical BRM

Building Lambley Viaduct, the construction of Gosberton Crossing Hut and goods shed, how to clean loco wheels, how to create simple magnetic uncouplers and how to fit an N gauge sound decoder.

Photographic competition

Follow our easy guide to taking better digital photographs, then enter the BRM photographic competition for your chance to win a £369.95 Fuji HS25 EXR digital camera supplied by leading photographic supplier Jessops!

Plus Points Arising and Diary Dates.
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British Railway Modelling (BRM)

MAY 2012 This issue has an A5 eight-page supplement introducing rolling stock which has been sponsored by Hornby: News and Reviews Bachmann, Farish and Dapol's new products for 2012, reviews of Hornby's Brighton Belle, Olivia's Trains Class 76 from Heljan, Farish Ml.1 RMB and BG as well as Mega-Steam's smoke fluid. Aslo some products from York Modelmaking supplies are 'Tried and Tested'. Layout Focus Glendower - OO gauge in a 4 feet high basement, Roxby Town - plenty of trains and a TMD on this bi-level N gauge layout and Dydley Junction - N gauge excellence in a small space. Modern Railway Modelling Nigel Burkin modifies an older Farish Class 90 to DCC. Freight Only David Larkin continues his series on freight wagons of the British Railways era, and Tony Buckton builds 'Borail' wagons in N gauge. DCC Spot Six useful devices to improve a DCC system. Practical BRM Building Lambley Viaduct, the construction of Gosberton Crossing Hut and goods shed, how to clean loco wheels, how to create simple magnetic uncouplers and how to fit an N gauge sound decoder. Photographic competition Follow our easy guide to taking better digital photographs, then enter the BRM photographic competition for your chance to win a £369.95 Fuji HS25 EXR digital camera supplied by leading photographic supplier Jessops! Plus Points Arising and Diary Dates.


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This issue has an A5 eight-page supplement introducing rolling stock which has been sponsored by Hornby:

News and Reviews

Bachmann, Farish and Dapol's new products for 2012, reviews of Hornby's Brighton Belle, Olivia's Trains Class 76 from Heljan, Farish Ml.1 RMB and BG as well as Mega-Steam's smoke fluid. Aslo some products from York Modelmaking supplies are 'Tried and Tested'.

Layout Focus

Glendower - OO gauge in a 4 feet high basement, Roxby Town - plenty of trains and a TMD on this bi-level N gauge layout and Dydley Junction - N gauge excellence in a small space.

Modern Railway Modelling

Nigel Burkin modifies an older Farish Class 90 to DCC.

Freight Only

David Larkin continues his series on freight wagons of the British Railways era, and Tony Buckton builds 'Borail' wagons in N gauge.

DCC Spot

Six useful devices to improve a DCC system.

Practical BRM

Building Lambley Viaduct, the construction of Gosberton Crossing Hut and goods shed, how to clean loco wheels, how to create simple magnetic uncouplers and how to fit an N gauge sound decoder.

Photographic competition

Follow our easy guide to taking better digital photographs, then enter the BRM photographic competition for your chance to win a £369.95 Fuji HS25 EXR digital camera supplied by leading photographic supplier Jessops!

Plus Points Arising and Diary Dates.
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